It’s a new Victor Bayne artwork based on the Flash Fic, Thaw. Play the online puzzle on your desktop, tablet or phone from this week’s JCP Saturday Snippet email! Sign up to receive them in your inbox from the PsyCop site.
Hey PsyCop fans, there’s a new Vic jigsaw puzzle in this week’s JCP Saturday Snippet email!
I hate to report on "no new news" but a few people have asked lately, so likely more folks are wondering. Gomez Pugh and I finished the Bitter Pill audiobook several weeks ago but it's been stuck in some queue in the backend of Audible with lots of other audiobooks. So I'm hoping it will … Continue reading Paperbacks, finally!
In less than a week, Bitter Pill (PsyCop 11) will hit the shelves. But you can preorder the ebook now at several online booksellers. There’s a new drug on the streets called Kick. The side effects are so brutal, most folks only try it once…unless they’re psychic. Then they do it until it kills them. … Continue reading Bitter Pill is a Sweet PsyCop Adventure
As I write, I title my chapters so that I can search them easily later when I'm editing. The titles are for my use only and don't make it through to the final books. They'd be major spoilers if I left them on, and I hate spoilers! The current chapter I'm working on in PsyCop … Continue reading SorryNotSorry
Beat the heat with some sage Victor Bayne advice in the latest issue of JCP News.
Once upon a time if you told doctors you heard voices, they’d diagnose you as schizophrenic, put you on heavy drugs, and lock you away in a cozy state institution to keep you from hurting yourself or others. Nowadays they test you first to see if you’re psychic. That’s the start of the PsyCop series. … Continue reading Talents and Levels ~ Worldbuilding in PsyCop
Ugh, doesn't it seem like every time you turn around, your freaking website is out of date? (What? Doesn't this happen to you, too?) JordanCastilloPrice.com is now current. Be sure to check out the adorable pic of narrator Seth Clayton on the front page. I also tweaked the reading order on PsyCop.com.